Next Level Boot Management
#1 at Achieving better balance in just one session!
Make those skis run straight as an arrow
Align your joints up before you are bone on bone
Even if you are bone on bone, we can likely help you
Make your ski boots last longer
A Match Made In 7th Heaven
With the majority of skiers requiring alignment adjustment’s to balance properly on their skis, the Betterbalance Process is designed to do just that, to ensure the skier is properly balanced on their skis, able to execute the movements that puts the ski on edge or at an angle to the snow. The movements start with the feet and then affects everything up to the torso.
Since your feet and ankles are totally wrapped by the ski boots, they are the most important piece of your ski equipment, rarely however are they ready to ski right out of the box. In addition none of us have equally functional feet and legs for skiing and everyone has different foot and leg structure. Getting fitted with the correct ski boot can often be a daunting task.
Ski boots couldn’t possibly be ideal for all of us. There are some compromises and assumptions in boot design and for many skiers these have a dramatic effect on their skiing performance, ability to improve, and the enjoyment of the sport.
Today there are very few ski shops that understand the link between ski boots, alignment and ski performance. In addition ski instructors are not generally taught how to evaluate dynamic alignment on the hill and the movements required to ski on modern skis. And, to make the diagnosis of alignment problems even more difficult, North American ski instruction does not teach edge release to the transition using foot movements – which is what proper alignment is about.
Thank you for recommending Wendell and his SST camp at Whistler. I have just completed the Green camp. I was reluctant to take the green as I have quite a bit of Ski experience. I was wrong as it was a real eye opener. I have been following Harald’s system for a while now but having an instructor work on my balance and get my boots and stance corrected proved both a challenge and great benefit for me. You cannot beat hands on instruction. I feel thankful to have found you and PMTS. Wendell is a great guy and he really pushes you to your limit. Great ability to tailor the sessions to each individuals skill level. I will never look at regular Ski instruction the same again. I now know it is greatly lacking and does not provide the direct line to improvement that PMTS does. By the 4th day I could not help but laugh out loud as I balanced on one ski and made tight short turns with an ease I have never experienced before. All this on 69 year old legs that had not been on the snow since last March.
Hope to get back for more next year, maybe Colorado.
Structural Alignment Screen + Dynamic Movement Analysis = Better Balance
After being a standard part of the Senior Ski Team Tech Camps modus operandi for the past 3 seasons, we are proud to offer an evolved version of the Structural Alignment Screen [SAS] to the general public.
The Genesis of the SAS Alignment Process is the Harb Ski System which has fitted and successfully aligned over 10,000 skiers from beginners to racers over the past 20 years; differentiating themselves from the competition by performing both an in-store static, and an on-hill dynamic alignment verification; to produce the maximum performance for technical advancement.
We've even created a whole new web site for our service: www.betterbalance.ca